Grenoble Alpes University is also present on several geographical sites located throughout the region, from Haute-Savoie to the Hautes-Alpes via the Ardèche.

Isère

The Vienne (Isère) site of the IUT2 is home to one of the 75 GEA (Gestion des Entreprises et des Administrations) departments in France and trains students in the fields of finance, accounting and SME-SMI management.
IUT2 à Vienne

Haute-Savoie

The School of Physics in Les Houches (Haute-Savoie) was founded in 1951 by the young French physicist Cécile DeWitt-Morette. It hosts summer schools during which leading physicists train young researchers of all nationalities in the various fields of physics.
Ecole de physique des houches

Hautes-Alpes

Located at an altitude of more than 2000 m, at the Lautaret pass (Hautes-Alpes), the Lautaret Alpine Garden is home to a mixed unit of services from the University of Grenoble Alpes and the CNRS. Its missions concern the development of services for research, the maintenance of botanical collections, the training of students and the popularisation of science to the general public.

Jardin alpin du Lautaret

Ardèche

Located in a rural area, at Le Pradel in the commune of Mirabel (Ardèche), Cermosem is a branch of the University of Grenoble Alpes, attached to the Institute of Urban Planning and Alpine Geography and the PACTE research laboratory. Cermosem is a research and training platform focused on territorial development (territorial dynamics, tourism, recreational practices, environment and heritage management.
Cermosem en Ardèche